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kuniklo 14 December 2004 11:12 pm

putting fedora rpms on musepack.net
 
I've built some fedora rpms of the musepack tools (mppenc/mppdec/replaygain). Is there any interest in hosting these on musepack.net?

Shy 15 December 2004 04:40 pm

Unfortunately we can't host rpms/binaries for specific linux distributions. If we host rpms for Fedora, then questions like "why not mandrake too?" might arise, and it would be too much trouble.

kuniklo 15 December 2004 06:19 pm

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Unfortunately we can't host rpms/binaries for specific linux distributions. If we host rpms for Fedora, then questions like "why not mandrake too?" might arise, and it would be too much trouble.
I think it would be pretty easy to create a source rpm that would build on all the rpm-based distributions. Rarewares is already taking care of the debian derivatives.

xmixahlx 16 December 2004 09:22 am

i updated all the musepack files (plugins/library/binaries) for rarewares tonight while updating the frontpage.

just thought i'd poke my nose in here and say hi :)


p.s. src rpm packages make a lot of sense, but considering no musepack packages use a different environment i think it would be safe to say that a gcc3.2 or gcc2.95 build would be universal - (only needing the respective gcc base package)


later

Lefungus 16 December 2004 02:07 pm

Well, if someone take the trouble of providing and maintaining such rpms, it surely can be hosted here.
In a perfect world, we would host one rpm that work with Suse/Mandrake/Fedora


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